Literature

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V. V. Zherikhin, Ross A. J.2000A review of the history, geology, and age of Burmese amber (Burmite)
W. Wichard, Chatterton, C., Ross, A. J.2005Corydasialidae fam. n. (Megaloptera) from Baltic amber
G. Wass, Ross A. J.2002The Townshend fossil insect collection at Wisbech and Fenland Museum
P. Vršanský, Quicke, D. L. J., Rasnitsyn, A. P., Basibuyuk, H., Ross, A. J., Fitton, M., Vidlicka, L.2001The oldest fossil insect sensilla
J. Szwedo, Ross A. J.2003Cedusa baylissae sp. nov. from Oligocene/Miocene Mexican amber (Hemiptera: Fulgoromorpha: Derbidae)
Wichard, W., Ross, E., Ross, A. J.2011Palerasnitsynus gen. n. (Trichoptera, Psychomyiidae) from Burmese amber.
A. J. Ross, York P. V.2000A list of type and figured specimens of insects and other inclusions in Burmese amber
A. J. Ross, York P. V.2000A list of type and figured specimens of insects and other inclusions in Burmese amber
A. J. Ross, York P. V.2004The Lower Cretaceous (Albian) arthropod fauna of Burmese amber, Myanmar: forward
A. J. Ross, York P. V.2004A catalogue of the type and figured specimens of Hexapoda from the Rhynie chert (early Devonian) at The Natural History Museum, London, UK
A. J. Ross, York P. V.2004A catalogue of the type and figured specimens of Hexapoda from the Rhynie chert (eraly Devonian) at The Natural History Museum, London, UK
A. J. Ross, Sheridan A.2013Amazing amber
A. J. Ross, Ross E.2008Caddisflies: the underwater architects
A. J. Ross, Mellish, C., York, P., Crighton, P.2010Burmese amber
A. J. Ross, Jarzembowski, E. A., Brooks, S. J.2000The Cretaceous and Cenozoic record of insects (Hexapoda) with regard to global change
A. J. Ross, Jarzembowski E. A.1993Arthropoda (Hexapoda; Insecta)
A. J. Ross, Jarzembowski E. A.1996A provisional checklist of fossil insects from the Purbeck group of Wiltishire
A. J. Ross, Edgecombe, G. D., Legg, D., Clark, N.2016The Palaeozoic terrestrial arthropods of Scotland
A. J. Ross, Cook E.1995The stratigraphy and Palaeontology of the Upper Weald Clay (Barremian) at Smokejacks Brickworks, Ockley, Surrey, England
A. J. Ross1993The 'Piltdown' fly
A. J. Ross1997Insects in amber
A. J. Ross1997Bibliography of fossil insects 1984-1991
A. J. Ross1998Amber: The Natural Time Capsule
A. J. Ross1998Insect Identification Scheme
A. J. Ross2003Historically important fossil insects from France rediscovered
A. J. Ross2003Swiss fossil insects and the repositories of Johann Ammann’s collection of swiss fossils and Scheuchzer’s ‘Homo Diluvii testis’
A. J. Ross2004The amber collection at the Natural History Museum, London
A. J. Ross2010A review of the Carboniferous fossil insects from Scotland
A. J. Ross2012Testing decreasing variabililty of cockroach forewings through time using four Recent species: Blattella germanica, Polyphaga aegyptiaca, Shelfordella lateralis and Blaberus craniifer , with implications for the study of fossil cockroach forewings
A. P. Rasnitsyn, Ross A. J.2000A preliminary list of arthropod families present in the Burmese amber collection at The Natural History Museum, London
A. P. Rasnitsyn, Ross A. J.2000A preliminary list of arthropod families present in the Burmese amber collection at the Natural History Museum, London
A. P. Rasnitsyn, Jarzembowski, E. A., Ross, A. J.1998Wasps (Insecta: Vespida = Hymenoptera) from the Purbeck and Wealden (Lower Cretaceous) of southern England and their biostratigraphical and palaeoenvironmental significance
A. P. Rasnitsyn, Jarzembowski, E. A., Ross, A. J.1998Wasps (Insecta: Vespida = Hymenoptera) from the Purbeck and Wealden (Lower Cretaceous) of southern England and their biostratigraphical and palaeoenvironmental significance
B. V. Peterson, Ross A. J.1972A new species of Paratrichobius (Streblidae) from Arizona
V. G. NOVOKSHONOV, Ross A. J.2002A new family of the scorpionflies (Insecta; Mecoptera) from the Lower Cretaceous of England (in preparation 2002)
V. G. Novokschonov2016A new family of scorpionflies (Insecta; Mecoptera) from the Lower Cretaceous of England
A. Nel, Prokop, J., Ross, A. J.2008New genus of leaf-mimicking katydids (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) from the Late Eocene - Early Oligocene of France and England
M. B. Mostovski, Ross, A. J., Szadziewski, R., Krzeminski, W.2003Redescription of Simulidium priscum Westwood and Pseudosimulium humidum (Brodie) (Insecta: Diptera: Rhagionidae) from the Purbeck Limestone Group (Lower Cretaceous) of England
W. MEY, Wichard, W., Ross, E., Ross, A. J.2016On the systematic position of a highly derived Amphiesmenoptera insect from Burmese amber (Insecta: Amphiesmenoptera)
W. Krzeminski, Krzeminska, E., KANIA, I. W. O. N. A., Ross, A. J.2013New taxa of Tanyderidae (Diptera) from Eocene Baltic amber
R. S. Kelly, Ross, A. J., Engel, M. S.2016Earwigs (Dermaptera) from the Mesozoic of England and Australia, described from isolated elytra
E. A. Jarzembowski, Ross A. J.1993Time flies: the geological record of insects
Jarzembowski, E. A., Ross A. J.1996Insect origination and extinction in the Phanerozoic
D. A. Grimaldi, Shedrinski, A., Ross, A. J., Baer, N. S.1994Forgeries of fossils in "amber": history, identification, and case studies
D. A. Grimaldi, Ross A. J.2004Raphidiomimula, an enigmatic new cockroach in cretaceous amber from Myanmar (Burma) (Insecta:Blattodea: Raphidiomimidae)
H. L. R. Disney, Ross A. J.1996Abaristophora and Puliciphora (Diptera: Phoridae) from Dominican amber and revisionary notes on modern species.
E. Cook, Ross A. J.1996The stratigraphy, sedimentology and palaeontology of the Lower Weald Clay (Hauterivian) at Keymer Tileworks, West Sussex, southern England
S. G. Compton, Ball, A. D., Collinson, M. E., Hayes, P., Rasnitsyn, A. P., Ross, A. J.2010Ancient fig wasps indicate at least 34 Myr of stasis in their mutualism with fig trees
N. D. L. Clark, Gillespie, R., Morris, S. F., Clayton, G., Ross, A. J.2016A new Courceyan (Lower Carboniferous) eumalacostracan crustacean from the Forest of Dean
O. Béthoux, Ross A. J.2005Mesacridites Riek, 1954 (Middle Triassic: Australia) transferred from Protorthoptera to Orthoptera: Locustavidae

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